Women deserve better care and experiences when it comes to giving birth, but the Free Birth Society may not be the answer.
The gene-editing technology CRISPR was the source of lively theoretical ethics debates - until Chinese scientist He Jiankui actually used it.
Is there a moral obligation to honor the wishes of the deceased with respect to what should be done with their body after death?
With large amounts of the population being born due to sperm donations, questions about family history and siblings are emerging and can be stressful on families and individuals. This article explores if we could or should try to regulate sperm donors?
Most Westerners are horrified at the idea of eating pet animals like cats and dogs. So why are other animals more acceptable?
When WeWork decided not to subsidize meat for its employees, critics had a lot to say. But what issue is really at the heart of their criticism?
Identifying the problems that caused the E. coli outbreak in May might point us towards newer, more sustainable methods of farming.
Earth Day's theme may have been ending plastic pollution, but many more environmental crises are at hand.
Clean drinking water in the United States is not a guarantee.
On the benefits and consequences of a federal sugar tax.
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